Your clothes start getting a bit tight. In a few weeks you will need maternity clothes.
It is likely that you are not as tired as you were in the first few weeks and the nausea might diminish.
You may develop a hormone-related dark line, called the linea nigra, on your abdomen. Don't worry. It should fade after your baby's birth.
You may develop dark marks on your skin. They should fade after your baby's birth.
You may have bleeding gums.
It may be time to upgrade your bra size because your breasts are getting bigger.
You may experience frequent urination.
The increased hormones may result in acne.
What to do:
Bleeding gums – Try not to brush too vigorously.
Frequent urination – Drink less at night but don't decrease your water intake during the day as you need more water, not less, during pregnancy.
Acne – Cleanse your skin more often. Increase your fruit and vege intake. Drink lots of water.
Your baby now has wrists and ankles and tiny fingernails. He or she can bend the arms at the elbows. Her or his head is still large – it's about half the size of the baby's entire body. The baby's fingers and toes have now separated and are distinct. While the external genitals are forming, it is still too early to tell if your baby is a boy or a girl. Baby has earlobes and eyelids.